Knights Inn St. George
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from St. George
... since last October, so I have a bit of tenderness in my left heel. So it goes.
We had the remainder of the taco salad for dinner and, of course, it was great. The weather has been good and we're happy. What more could one ask?
On Sunday morning we went to Mass at St. George's Church in St. George proper. The church was packed, as Easter is so often. A lot of folks go on Easter Sunday just ...
The drive there was very scenic and we had to climb a mountain that was almost 10,000 feet high. It was a beautiful ride through the Dixie National Forest. We saw red, gray and brown canyons and beautiful meadows. It’s amazing what you see when you get off the freeways and drive where the locals live and shop and play. We also saw a few hoodoos on the way. The Paiute ...
... time, I vowed to come back someday on a Harley. That someday is today. I-15 roughly follows the Virgin River, a tributary of the mighty Colorado River. The Virgin was designated Utah’s first wild and scenic river in 2009, during the centennial celebration of Zion National Park – which we will visit tomorrow. The Virgin is not named for sexually inexperienced Mormons. Its namesake is Thomas Virgin, a member of ...
... deliciousness), and the prices reasonable. The sangria was tasty - definitely recommend. We enjoyed this restaurant so much that we are already planning to return.
Finally it was time to head home. We headed back through St. George with another stop at Kneaders to pick up cookies and rolls to take home, then jumped on I-15 back to Las Vegas. We have already decided that next year our third annual trip should be two nights and three ...
... of course having observed this in the States for so many years already, I can share this observation with absolute certainty now: By and large, Americans (men, for sure) are a disgusting lot when it comes to publicly-accessible rest rooms, whether at government-run facilities or at private businesses. They are not regularly tidied up by staffers, and the men using them are not, um, careful when using them. I'm at a point now where I ...